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Reopening FAQ - Last updated to meet current guidelines on 7/21/2021

 
 
  1. When will CSCP be resuming in-person programs?

    A calendar for resumption of in-person services is yet to be determined, and CSCP will consider local and state guidelines in scheduling a reopening date. CSCP will post updates to this page as well as communicate with members once a reopening date has been determined.
     

  2. What do I need to do to start attending in-person programs again? 

    All members participating in-person will need to be fully vaccinated. 
     

  3.  What can I expect when I come into the facility?

    When you come into our facility, you will be asked to show proof of vaccination. Proof includes vaccine card, image of vaccine card, or health care document showing vaccination status. Click here to electronically and securely send proof ahead of time. Once you confirm that you are vaccinated, you will be given a small vaccine verification card to present to CSCP front desk staff when you enter the facility for future visits.
     

  4. Will I be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing?

    All entrants will be required to follow all local and state guidelines. At this time, that includes wearing masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status. 
     

  5. How can I participate if I can’t get vaccinated because I am immunocompromised?

    Members who are unable to get vaccinated will still be able to participate in our virtual programs, which will continue along with our in-person programs. We plan to have all of our programs available via zoom for those who prefer virtual programs or who are not able to be vaccinated.
     

  6. What is the difference between virtual, hybrid, and in-person programs?

    Virtual programs are those that will only be held via Zoom.
    Hybrid programs are those that will be held in-person at our facility and will also stream via Zoom. This gives members the opportunity to participate in the program in-person or remotely via Zoom.
    In-Person programs are those that will be held at our facility with no virtual participation option.
     

  7. Are virtual programs only for members who can’t get vaccinated?

    Our virtual programs are open to all members and will continue along with the in-person programs.
     

  8. How do I sign up for classes and workshops?

    Visit CSCP’s online calendar. Event descriptions will clarify whether the program is virtual, hybrid, or in-person. 
     

  9. How often is the facility cleaned?

    CSCP’s facility is cleaned weekly by an outside cleaning service. Restrooms and elevators are cleaned and restocked several times a day. 
     

  10. What safety measures are put into place?

    CSCP has placed air purifiers in all rooms, doors will be open for cross-ventilation where possible, and hand sanitizers and sanitizing wipes will be available throughout the facility. Masks will also remain available for use if desired. We ask that guests be mindful of not overcrowding in common areas and refrain from sharing food and drinks. The kitchen will remain closed until further notice. 
     

  11. Is the kitchen available for member use?

    At this time, the kitchen is for staff use only. We ask that members refrain from using kitchen appliances (e.g. microwave and refrigerator) and refrain from convening around the kitchen island.
     

  12. Who can I contact with questions?

    CSCP will be posting regular updates on our website and social media. You can also sign up for our email list by sending your first name, last name, and email address to info@cscpasadena.org.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Safety Guidelines

When entering CSCP’s facility:

  1. Be prepared to show proof of vaccination if it is your first time returning to CSCP. Once verified, you will be given a small vaccine verification card to show to CSCP staff for future visits.
     

  2. Masks are required per Los Angeles County and City of Pasadena guidelines.
     

  3. CSCP’s kitchen, childrens' room, and fitness room are currently closed.
     

  4. Stay home if you are exhibiting signs of illness (i.e. fever, cough, sneezing).